Brune Law P.C. and Susan Brune Ranked in Band 1 in Chambers USA 2016 for Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations

May 27, 2016

Brune Law P.C. and Susan Brune have been ranked in Band 1 by Chambers & Partners for Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations. The firm was recognized as a Band 1 law firm in the Litigation: Specialist Firms in White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations practice area, while Susan was individually recognized as a Band 1 lawyer in the Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations practice area. Susan has been ranked in Band 1 by Chambers & Partners for eight years running.

Chambers describes Brune Law as a “preeminent boutique for big-ticket white-collar litigation and investigations” which “draws on significant regulatory experience to provide market-leading representation to individuals facing criminal charges.” The profile includes a quote from a client stating that the lawyers at the firm “do very high-quality work and [are] passionate on behalf of their client[s].”

Susan is highlighted as “a leading white-collar attorney whose expert representation of individuals draws particular praise.” Interviewees describe her as “an outstanding lawyer” who is “viewed as a formidable opponent to any criminal or regulatory authority.”

Chambers ranks both lawyers and law firms based on the research of 150 full-time editors and researchers employed at its head office in London. Its researchers and editors speak over 20 different languages and conduct in-depth telephone interviews with lawyers and clients around the world. Individual lawyers are ranked (in their practice-area(s)) on the basis of their legal knowledge and experience, their ability, their effectiveness, and their client-service. Law firms are ranked on the qualities of their lawyers and the effectiveness and capability of the firm as a whole – its strength and depth. These factors and considerations are judged: (a) by interviews with those active in the market – mainly clients (who can be law firms instructing other law firms) and other lawyers with whom the law firms work; and (b) by assessing recent work done.

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